Employment

JD Advising Employment

JD Advising is hiring!

Specifically, we are accepting applications for all of the following positions:

  • Tutors
  • Table time representatives (campus representatives)
  • Bloggers
  • Attorney Essay Graders
  • Flyering services

Many of our positions with JD Advising offer flexibility and the ability to work with others or teach others. We look for individuals who are reliable, dedicated, and passionate about our work.

If you are interested in any of the JD Advising employment positions, please read more about the position below and follow application guidelines. You can apply by emailing info@jdadvising.com.

Overview of JD Advising Employment Positions

Tutorsbar exam tutor

Did you do great in law school or on the bar exam? Do you have a passion for teaching or tutoring? A major advantage of tutoring is a flexible schedule — you can decide both when and where you meet students. Many of our students meet online. If you are interested in applying for a law school tutoring or bar exam tutoring position please email us at info@jdadvising.com. Make sure to include:

  • Your resume
  • Your law school transcript
  • Your bar exam score (if you are applying for a bar exam tutoring position)

We will give you more details about the position upon receipt of application.

Table Time Representatives/Campus Representatives

We pay our table time representatives an hourly rate to promote JD Advising bar review programs to students and to generate leads. We will give you a detailed overview of the services that we provide as well as training, campus support, samples of products, and promotional materials. Please email us at info@jdadvising.com if you are interested in applying. Make sure to include:

  • The name of the law school you attend and the year you graduate
  • A copy of your resume

We will give you more details upon receipt of application.

Bloggers

how to pass the uniform bar exam

Do you like to write? Did you do well in law school or on the bar exam? Or do you want to share advice from your law school experience? Apply to be a blogger. We look for someone to write consistently (e.g. 1x/week) for our blog. And we look for someone with a great work product. Blogging experience is preferred but not required. Please email us at info@jdadvising.com if you are interested in applying.

Make sure to include:

  • The name of the law school you attend and the year you graduate(d)
  • A copy of your resume
  • A writing sample of a blog post or something similar that you have written

Attorney Essay Graders for Bar Exam Essaysbar exam essay grader

Do you enjoy giving feedback on bar exam essays?  Are you great at providing detailed written feedback? This is an extremely flexible position that allows you to work morning, afternoon, or evening from the comfort of your own home.  We ask that you only apply if you are an attorney who has passed the bar exam.

Please email us at info@jdadvising.com if you are interested in applying. We will give you more details upon receipt of application.

When you email us, please include:

  • The name of the law school you attend and the year you graduated
  • A copy of your resume
  • A copy of your bar exam score

Flyering

table time representativeDo you attend law school? Do you have some free time to put up flyers or advertise our services? Pay is competitive. We generally look for students to put up flyers on a monthly basis. Flyers are mailed to you for you to hang up. We also abide by all school regulations in terms of where and when flyers can be put up.

Please email us at info@jdadvising.com if you are interested in applying. We will give you more details upon receipt of application. When you email us, please include:

  • The name of the law school you attend and the year you graduate
  • A copy of your resume

How to Apply:

JD AdvisingPlease email us at info@jdadvising.com with a copy of your resume and any additional information requested above. We will give you more details about the position you are interested in applying for upon receipt of your application.

If you have any specific questions or inquiries, you are welcome to ask. No formal cover letter is necessary.

We look forward to hearing from you!